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Alright after some recent updates and changes, here's my FULL Depth Chart that I put together. Now this is not going to be anywhere near the Final 53-man roster, this includes everyone on the team so be prepared to hear some names that you haven't heard of before. There's a lot of question marks and personal guesses and assumptions by me, but I tried my best. Very detailed. I also gave a variety of options and different scenarios so tell me what you think.

Offense

QB: AJ Feeley (Since Feeley is the incumbent, he's the starter for now), Gus Frerotte, Sage Rosenfels, Brock Berlin

RB: Ronnie Brown, Ricky Williams (Assuming he returns), Lamar Gordon, Kay Jay Harris, Sammy Morris (rotating FB/RB), Travis Minor

FB: Heath Evans, Sammy Morris (rotating FB/RB), Jamar Martin, Ben Moa (IR)


WIDE RECEIVERS


WR1-Chris Chambers
WR2-Marty Booker
WR3-David Boston
WR4-Derrius Thompson
WR5-Bryan Gilmore
WR6-Wes Welker
WR7- Kendall Newson
WR8- Josh Davis
WR9- Ronald Bellamy
WR10-Maurice Mann
WR11-Luther Huggins

TE: Randy McMichael, Donald Lee, Alex Holmes, Joe Munson, Victor Sesay


OFFENSIVE LINE


Scenario 1: (Seems to be the most likely so far and what I'm hoping for)

LT: Damion McIntosh, Wade Smith, Tony Pape, Vernon Carey (rotating RG/LT possibly),
LG: Jeno James, Damion Cook, Eric Wilson, Bobby Meeks
C: Rex Hadnot, Wade Smith, Seth McKinney (rotating C/RG)
RG: Vernon Carey (rotating RG/C),Taylor Whitley, Rodney Reed, Jason Thomas, Seth McKinney (rotating C/RG),
RT: Stockar McDougle, John St. Clair, Anthony Alabi

Scenario 2: (very unlikely in my opinion)

LT: Vernon Carey, Damion McIntosh, Wade Smith, Tony Pape
LG: Jeno James, Damion Cook, Bobby Meeks
C: Seth McKinney, Wade Smith, possibly John St. Clair, and Rex Hadnot (rotating RG/C)
RG: Rex Hadnot,Taylor Whitley, Rodney Reed, Jason Thomas, Seth McKinney (rotating C/RG),
RT: Stockar McDougle, John St. Clair, Anthony Alabi


Defense


DEFENSIVE LINE


Scenario 1:

LE: Vonnie Holliday, David Bowens, Matt Walters, John Denney, Chris Solomona, (With Kevin Carter rotating playing some DE)
LDT: Kevin Carter (rotating DT/DE), Larry Chester, Dario Romero, Josh Shaw
RDT: Keith Traylor, Jeff Zgonina (for now), Darior Romero, Kevin Vickerson, Orrin Thompson
RE: Jason Taylor, Matt Roth, Ronald Flemons, Van Brown

Scenario 2:

LE: Kevin Carter (Rotating at DE/DT), David Bowens, Matt Roth, Matt Walters, John Denney
LDT: Larry Chester, Jeff Zgonina (for now), Josh Shaw, Orrin Thompson, w/Kevin Carter (roating at DE/DT)
RDT: Keith Traylor, Darior Romero, Kevin Vickerson
RE: Jason Taylor, Vonnie Holliday, Ronald Flemons, Chris Solomona, Van Brown


LINEBACKERS

Scenario 1:

LOLB (SLB): Donnie Spragan, Eddie Moore, Brendon Ayabadejo, Lionel Turner
MLB: Zach Thomas, Channing Crowder (rotating at MLB/OLB), Derrick Pope (rotating at MLB and LOLB), Winston Taylor
ROLB (WLB): Junior Seau, Corey Jenkins, Derek Curry, Channing Crowder (rotating)

Scenario 2:

LOLB (SLB): Channing Crowder, Donnie Spragan, Eddie Moore, Brendon Ayabadejo, Lionel Turner
MLB: Zach Thomas, Channing Crowder (rotating at MLB/OLB), Derrick Pope (rotating at MLB and LOLB), Winston Taylor
ROLB (WLB): Junior Seau, Corey Jenkins, Derek Curry, Channing Crowder (rotating)

LCB: Will Poole (IR), Reggie Howard, Travis Daniels, Abram Elam (rotating S/CB)
FS: Travares Tillman, Chris Atkins, Quinton Williams, Jack Hunt, Yerimiah Bell (rotating SS/FS),
SS: TeBucky Jones, Yerimiah Bell (rotating SS/FS), Tony Bua, Atari Bigby, Deandre Eiland
RCB: Sam Madison, Mario Edwards, Alphonso Roundtree, Brandon Haw

Special Teams:

K: Olindo Mare
P: Matt Turk
LS: Ed Perry, William Delahoussaye, Jeff Zgonina
H: Matt Turk, Backup: (Feeley or Frerotte?)
KR: Wes Welker, Bryan Gilmore
PR: Wes Welker, Bryan Gilmore (I'm assuming)
IR (Injured Reserve): CB Will Poole, CB Shirdonya Mitchell, Ben Moa

COACHING STAFF

(For those who wanted to know the Coaching Staff and would like to relate back to this post as well as the Depth Chart, here ya go.)


HEAD COACH: Nick Saban
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General Manager: Randy Mueller
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OFFENSE


Offensive Coordinator: Scott Linehan :hail:
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Offensive Assistant Coach: James Coley
Quarterbacks Coach: Jason Garrett
Running Backs Coach: Bobby Williams
Wide Receivers Coach: Charlie Baggett
Tight Ends Coach: Derrick Dooley
Offensive Line Coach: Hudson Houck :hail:
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Assistant Offensive Line: Tim Davis
Offensive Quality Coach: Judd Garrett

DEFENSE


Defensive Coordinator: Richard Smith
Defensive Line: Dan Quinn
Assistant Defensive Line: Travis Jones
Linebackers: George Edwards
Secondary: Mel Phillips
Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Assistant: Will Muschamp
Defensive Quality Coach: Glen Pires

SPECIAL TEAMS


Specials Teams Coach: Keith Armstrong
Special Teams Assistance Coach: Dameyune Craig
Strength & Conditioning Coach: John Gamble
Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach: Eric Fears
Associate Strengths & Condition Coach: Bert Hill

And last but not least our New Scout: Rick...
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I mean OUR "undisclosed" new scout.

And lets not forget our Owner Wayne Huizenga
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Alright went a bit off track there, but that's my complete depth chart thus far. So now here's where I'd appreciate your part. Any mistakes? Changes? Suggestions? Comments? Feel free.
 

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painnotpleasure said:
Special Teams:

K: Olindo Mare
P: Matt Turk
LS: Ed Perry, William Delahoussaye, Jeff Zgonina
H: Matt Turk, Backup: (Feeley or Frerotte?)
KR: Wes Welker, Bryan Gilmore
PR: Wes Welker, Bryan Gilmore (I'm assuming)
IR (Injured Reserve): CB Will Poole, CB Shirdonya Mitchell, Ben Moa

K: Mare, Welker
other than that I dont know :)
 

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Nice work Pain!

How about in a classic 3-4
OLB Spragan ILB Crowder ILB Thomas OLB Seau

Just think it would be awesome to see all 4 of those guys on the field at the same time.Maybe not likely though.
 
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According to your depth chart. If roth is going to play behind taylor


Why dont we just put him at LB?
 

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PHINATIC13 said:
Nice work Pain!

How about in a classic 3-4
OLB Spragan ILB Crowder ILB Thomas OLB Seau

Just think it would be awesome to see all 4 of those guys on the field at the same time.Maybe not likely though.
Thanks man! Yeah, I'm thinking that is definitely one scenario when we're playing 3-4. Another scenario I'm thinking could possibly be:

RE: Vonnie Holliday
NT: Keith Traylor
LE: Kevin Carter

OLB: Junior Seau/Donnie Spragan
ILB: Channing Crowder
ILB: Zach Thomas
OLB: Jason Taylor

For the most part though we'll probably be playing 4-3 with Crowder probably rotating in at MLB and OLB and possibly win the starting job for OLB over Spragan sometime throughout the season, I wouldn't mind that one bit. As for 3-4, Jason Taylor wouldn't fit too well at all in the 3-4 defense scheme at DE and he would have to be switched to OLB, and I personally don't feel that would be a good move. And there's always the talks that Zach will not excell in the 3-4 because he's too undersized for a LB in the 3-4... I hope we don't use much of the 3-4 this year because I don't want to say we don't have the personnel to play, but we just aren't best suited for it. But I agree it would be awesome to see Seau, Crowder, Thomas, and Spragan all on the field at the same time. Hopefully when we do use the 3-4, it'll be successful.
 

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WestVirginiaFan said:
According to your depth chart. If roth is going to play behind taylor


Why dont we just put him at LB?
The thing about Matt Roth is, I feel he is going to eventually be starter of this team but not right away. He's definitely going to be a future DE of this team, and may very well end up taking over the starting job during midseason perhaps. Just because he's listed at RE doesn't mean he can't play LE. Also there's a possiblity that David Bowens could still get cut. If that's the case, I would move Matt Roth to backup LE. And by midseason with a release of David Bowens and Matt Roth outplaying Vonnie Holliday, our starting defensive line could very well look like:

RE: Jason Taylor
LDT:Kevin Carter
RDT:Keith Traylor
LE: Matt Roth

I wouldn't say that is out of the question, it could happen... I just don't think it is the most likely as of right now. And as for moving Matt Roth to OLB... I feel the same way about moving Jason Taylor OLB, I have a bad feeling about it and don't think it would be the best idea, but I wouldn't totally be against it.
 

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DonShula84 said:
Nice work, cant imagine how long that took you lol
Thanks. :lol: And yeah man, it always takes quite awhile when I work on Depth Charts, but I have information gathered up from week after week where I make modifications and changes. I also check out every site's depth chart on us, analyze each one, and than made my personal changes and what I feel is the most likely or the best possible option. So it's kind of like taking the best out of each one and me organizing it all together. But yeah, definitely takes up a lot of time. :D
 

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How can you see Hadnot at Center, and he hasn't played any center here yet ? I realize he can play the position, and he is probably a better option than SM, but it's a little far fetched to put him in the lineup or even imagine him in at center when he's never played the position in the pros ??

But most of the rest is pretty imaginable...It'll be a fun SC for fans at any rate...
 

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painnotpleasure said:
Scenario 2: (very unlikely in my opinion)

LT: Vernon Carey, Damion McIntosh, Wade Smith, Tony Pape
LG: Jeno James, Damion Cook, Bobby Meeks
C: Seth McKinney, Wade Smith, possibly John St. Clair, and Rex Hadnot (rotating RG/C)
RG: Rex Hadnot,Taylor Whitley, Rodney Reed, Jason Thomas, Seth McKinney (rotating C/RG),
RT: Stockar McDougle, John St. Clair, Anthony Alabi


I hope thats what comes out of camp ^^^^ Wade Smith might win that job..


Good post
 

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LarryFinFan said:
How can you see Hadnot at Center, and he hasn't played any center here yet ? I realize he can play the position, and he is probably a better option than SM, but it's a little far fetched to put him in the lineup or even imagine him in at center when he's never played the position in the pros ??

But most of the rest is pretty imaginable...It'll be a fun SC for fans at any rate...
I agree with you that Rex Hadnot not should be listed as Center until it's been proven for us to believe that it will become a realistic possiblity. I've been doing my best to hold him off to be Center (let alone starting Center, but the other day at the 2005 KICKOFF BANQUET, they had made the announcement that Rex Hadnot had been moved to Center!

Nublar7 said:
The just announced Hadnot as a Center!

http://www.finheaven.com/boardvb2/showthread.php?t=81903&highlight=banquet post #40 by Nublar and if it's Nublar ya know it's legit plus I heard it myself later on. :cool:

So after this announcement, it definitely goes to show that the coaching staff (especially Hudson Houck) have definitely been looking at Rex Hadnot at being Center and now have made it official that he has been moved to Center. They didn't say that he was the starter which is a good thing because it's WAY TOO EARLY to be naming starters for any position but I think this proves likely that he is definitely a STRONG candidate for be our starting Center and right now the top two leading candidates are him and Seth McKinney. Also there was the report a few weeks ago of how Hadnot has been impressing the coaching staff so that just bolds well for him even more. So that my reasoning of why I gave them each a scenario of being our starting Center. Hope that clears things up. :D
 

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Was the Rick Spielman thing a joke -- or is he really going to be scouting for us?
 

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You gotta put Sammy Morris ahead of Minor to.
 

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bobdroopy said:
You gotta put Sammy Morris ahead of Minor to.
Good point, I agree. I'll change that right now. Only reason I had Sammy Morris last though is because I'm expecting him to be playing more at FB and I had him last after all the RB's because I had him rotating. But :::WHOOOSH::: just like magic, I just changed it! :up:
 
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